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19 February 2016, 03:45 PM

With the environment starting to get stretched to breaking point, the world is waking up to the effects of tail-pipe emissions and their contribution to the degradation of the atmosphere. There is a growing consciousness towards adopting an environmentally sensitive lifestyle. This is evident in all walks of life, from everyday living and the food we eat to the clothes we wear and other nitty-gritties. When it comes to automobiles, everyone’s suddenly extolling the virtues of going green and how hybrid cars are the better choice.

Truth be told, there is no denying the fact that the days are numbered for pure gasoline powered vehicles. The advantages of eco-friendly cars are out there for everyone to see. These range from the obvious to the really clever. Let’s take a look at a few of them:

The most important of them all when it comes to advantages of green cars is in the form of reduced tail-pipe emissions. This means that the planet breathes better and we in turn, continue breathing for longer.

Electric motors also do not make as much noise as their gasoline-powered counterparts. As a result, hybrid cars tend to be quieter to operate when compared to conventionally-fuelled ones.

Lesser number of moving parts in electric motors means wear and tear is lesser, thereby reducing maintenance costs. Also, by their very nature of functioning, electric motors also have their full-power on tap from the word go. No lag, no waiting. Hit it and vroom!

Fuel efficiencies are another one of the advantages of green cars. By powering along primarily through their electric motors, using the gasoline one to charge the batteries or only when high output operation is required, these cars can really be miserly when it comes to sipping fuel.

But it isn’t all rosy out there. For all their alluring benefits, there are also certain disadvantages of eco-friendly cars that must be factored into the equation.

Dual-powerplants means that there is unnecessary complexity built into the powertrain system. Repairs, if any, tend to be excessively expensive, not to mention the fact that things can get really complicated. Battery packs in hybrid cars mean a fair amount of dead weight that has to be lugged around. They are bulky and must be factored into the design. Besides, there is the question of safety and also the fact that they eventually need to be replaced – a costly affair at the very minimum.

All said and done, the advantages of eco-friendly cars far outweigh the risks. Also, with the entry of mild-hybrid systems like those using an integrated starter system, together with an enhanced battery, hybrid cars are going increasingly mainstream. So if you are looking to go down this route, this is a good place to begin.

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